– A review of the Mighty Quinn’s in Clifton, NJ
– Hogs for the Cause out of New Orleans has added an event in Charleston dubbed Holy City Hogs
– Ed Mitchell’s barbecue made an impression on Zagat from the Big Apple BBQ a few weeks back (via)
Whole hog from pitmaster Ed Mitchell
North Carolina-based pitmaster Ed Mitchell recently opened Durham restaurant Que with his son Ryan. At this weekend’s event he prepared whole hog which was tossed in the classic North Carolina vinegar-based sauce, resulting in some of the most interesting and complex flavors we tasted.
– New location, new management for Hog Day, this year in Efland
– Three Salisbury men have created Little E Sauces and Marinades, a line of rubs, marinades, and sauces that has been picked up by Food Lion
– A Beer Pilgrim’s review of 12 Bones Smokehouse in Asheville
– Marie, Let’s Eat! visits Lovie’s BBQ in the Buckhead neighborhood of Atlanta, that, while isn’t a Lexington-style joint, has a thin vinegar sauce somewhat reminiscent of a Lexington dip
There is only one sauce available, and it’s as close to a Lexington-style thin vinegar-tomato mix as you’re likely to find in Atlanta. I don’t know that it went all that well with the chicken, but the pork just loved it.
– The Great NC BBQ Map should be shipping out for customers to receive maps by the end of July, and the final tally of barbecue restaurants is kind of mind-blowing
How many restaurants ended up on the map? Guess. We don’t think you’ll believe the number….
FOUR HUNDRED AND THIRTY FOUR!!!!
Yes, you read that right. 434. And another 42 barbecue festivals and cook-offs! So get your bellies ready.